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Why the Owl Has Big Ears

by Michael J. Preble

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 097714660X, Hardcover)

Everyone knows that as Raweno works, no one is to watch. His is the magical process of creating plants and animals. Yet, for one impatient lump of clay, listening and waiting are qualities reserved for the other, quieter creatures. "Make me now!" becomes the order of the day; it is with this statement that the story begins. For the thing that Raweno despises most is when someone doesn’t listen. What will happen when the Creator of all plants and animals comes across such a defiant creature? The resulting consequences are a lesson to be learned by all.

To find out why the owl has big ears, read the story and try to guess where Rabbit has gone. This delightful, educational children’s picture book is both a work of art and an entertaining retelling of a popular Iroquois cultural story that embraces the importance of patience and listening.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:43 -0400)

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